Apart of a Community—Or a Part of It

Posted on April 12, 2021 in THR Blog
Image: Woodcut from the 1969 Caedmon Records recording of the poetry of Walt Whitman read by Ed Begley.

Reading and interpreting poetry offers a unique way to cultivate ethical knowledge and therefore bears on collective, and not just individual, life.

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The Compatibility Trap

Posted on April 5, 2021 in THR Blog

As the titans of big tech see it, the reticence to upgrade is nothing less than resistance to progress. But a willingness to upgrade does not benefit customers in the long run.

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Do We Absolutely Disagree?

Posted on March 9, 2021 in THR Blog
Image: Foreground: “The Happy Marriage,” seventeenth century allegorical engraving; background: late nineteenth century printing of “Areopagitica,” art by Lucien Pissaro.

Well known free speech advocates may not always be free speech absolutists.

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